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April 18, 2013
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Students get the message about drunk driving

For most people, watching a family video brings a smile to their face. For Idaho resident Natalie Marti, it’s a reminder of how her life will never be the same. During two assemblies at Douglas High School on Wednesday, Marti told her story about the night a drunk driver killed her husband and 5-month-old daughter, and left her in a coma. “My family was killed by a drunk driver, and I don’t want people to feel the immense pain I felt,” the 33-year-old said. “This did not have to happen. I hope and pray this never happens to any of …

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